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Sep 23, 2016 1:43 EDT

Extend-A-Vent – The last car phone holder you will ever need: Finally an air vent cellphone holder that does not obstruct the Air to you, and keeps your cellphone safe from damaging temperatures

iCrowdNewswire - Sep 23, 2016

Extend-A-Vent The last car phone holder you will ever need

Finally an air vent cellphone holder that does not obstruct the Air to you, and keeps your cellphone safe from damaging temperatures.

About this project

Your car phone dilemma is about to change. This campaign will help fund Further development and production ( as we have several prototypes and are finalizing the production) for a product called Extend-A-Vent


Most people attach their phone to the air vent in order to quickly access it. The only problem i had is you don’t get any air flow from the vent you’re using and the phone could be damaged from extreme temperatures blowing on the phone from the vent.   

Extend-A-Vent is the only product that will easily allow you to mount your phone to the air vent without loosing any air flow. Plus, it protects the phone from extreme temperature changes. It will be developed to fit all smartphones, various car makes and models and you’ll be able to use it any any angle with a 360-degree rotation.

 So i researched and spend a lot time & money on Engineering, designing, developing and creating prototypes .

This is our current prototype:

 This is our universal prototype:




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 To bring Extend-A-Vent to market successfully, we’re asking for your financial support with a goal of $50,000 to do further research and development, finalize the 2nd prototype and do a 1st production run. Support U.S. entrepreneurship and inventions by helping to support our Extend-A-Vent campaign. Check out our video now for further details on how you can be a part of this inventive product! 

Thank you for your Support From our team 

Akiva Boas  Inventor 

Terry Traser Engineer


From my system to yours 3D Design and Documentation Services Over 35 years of experience  

Patent Attorney

James P. Demers, J.D., Ph.D. Cittone & Chinta LLP 11 Broadway, Suite 615 New York, New York 10004

Here You will see my first sketches :

 From Paper Drawings:





 From Drawings to 3D prints 

 Printed these out on a printer by me  : )


 From 3D prints to first prototype

 This was the first Prototype , as you can see the multi directional vents





 This is the back which has an attachment to below cover for different style vents

This is the last prototype: Video 

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Here is a video of the first Prototype in use 

 I apologize for the sound but as you can see this is a demonstration of the prototype ( although we have made cosmetic changes and adjustments) , showing airflow works as well as how you would attach it and how it will rotate 360 degrees.

Here is a video of Air Flow Test

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Risks and challenges

We have been working on Extend-A-Vent for almost two years. We have already built and tested a working prototypes . We’ve also completed testing on the air flow and connections and sizes of phones . At present we are ready to finalize production with a few tweaks, tooling and assemble the list of suppliers and manufacturers with which we will begin full production.

To avoid potential risks we have built in time for delivery. However, as with any project, there are challenges to success and there is always the possibility of delays. Sometimes, due to factors outside of developer’s control, such as supply chain performance, product certification, and the shipping process.

With your support, we can bring Extend-A Vent to the world. While we’re close to entering production, your contribution will help fund critical stages in our immediate future such as production tooling, large component manufacturing.

Contact Information:

Akiva Boas

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